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Hotel room in Venice
Near Downtown/Beach | Tropical Villas Venice Beach
Tropical Villas of Venice Beach offers 10 Villas on the Island of Venice FL. The Villas give the Old time Florida vibe with a convenient location to the beach, stores and restaurants. - 3 blocks from the beach - 2 blocks from the downtown - Near the Legacy Bike trail - In front of the beautiful John N. Park (Picnic) - Tropical gardens & swimming pool - Smart TV : NFLX, DIS +, Hulu, Espn+ - BBQ and Bikes and beach gears provided - Shark teeth equipment - Farmer Market every Saturday
$119 per night
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Hotel room in Venice
Near Downtown/Beach | Tropical Villas Venice Beach
Tropical Villas of Venice Beach offers 10 Villas on the Island of Venice FL. The Villas give the Old time Florida vibe with a convenient location to the beach, stores and restaurants. - 3 blocks from the beach - 2 blocks from the downtown - Near the Legacy Bike trail - In front of the beautiful John N. Park (Picnic) - Tropical gardens & swimming pool - Smart TV : NFLX, DIS +, Hulu, Espn+ - BBQ and Bikes and beach gears provided - Shark teeth equipment - Farmer Market every Saturday
$133 per night
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Guest suite in Venice
Beautiful suite with independent entrance
Very well centered in town in a nice neighborhood. 5-10 min drive from multiple beautiful beaches ,movie theater, local night life, fast food and grocery stores. Master bedroom with king size bed and bathroom connected to multifunctional space that has an additional bed / couch and functions as dining room and living room, lanai also.. Microwave, mini fridge, toaster oven and kurig coffee machine are located main room. Parking for one vehicle. Seperate rear entry. TV Wifi Netflix
$65 per night

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Stay near Venice's top sights

Photo of Centennial Park
Centennial Park21 locals recommend
Photo of 1927 Historic Venice Train Depot
1927 Historic Venice Train Depot12 locals recommend
Photo of Brohard Paw Park
Brohard Paw Park43 locals recommend
Photo of Pop's Sunset Grill
Pop's Sunset Grill102 locals recommend
Photo of Sharky’s On The Pier
Sharky’s On The Pier253 locals recommend
Photo of Sharkey's
Sharkey's4 locals recommend

Venice vacation rentals

Guest suite in Venice
Venice Beach Studio
$82 per night
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Guest suite in Venice
Lovely two bedroom guest suite with pool.
$134 per night
Guesthouse in Nokomis
Rustic Waterfront Bungalow
$80 per night
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Rental unit in Venice
Hales Corner, Cozy & Private Beach Town Getaway
$140 per night
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Condo in Venice
Beach Studio Condo Distant Water View Huge Pool
$100 per night
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Home in Venice
Cozy South Venice Home
$107 per night
Guesthouse in Sarasota
Storybook Cottage With Pool Near the Bay & Beach
$95 per night
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Condo in Venice
Updated beachy condo waiting for you!
$101 per night
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Rental unit in Venice
Beautiful Venice Vacation Suite - #320
$100 per night
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Condo in Sarasota
Sarasota Retreat @ Pelican Cove
$100 per night
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Home in Venice
Tropical Surf Bungalow. Cheerful 2 bed near beach
$130 per night
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Home in Venice
“SandDollar Sweet” Lakehouse by the Beach
$95 per night
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Beach condo rentals in Venice

Condo in Venice
Beach Studio 55
$100 per night
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Condo in Venice
3 min walk to Beach, 3 blks to DnTwn, DOG FRNDLY
$126 per night
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Condo in Venice
Venice Island's Paradise By The Sea
$130 per night
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Condo in Siesta Key
Siesta key getaway!
$116 per night
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Condo in Venice
Venice Island Gulf Front Condo
$160 per night
Condo in Venice
Vacation Beach Villa in Venice, FL
$149 per night
Condo in Venice
Vintage Villa, Thirty-Five
$199 per night
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Condo in Venice
Venice Island Beach Condo
$94 per night
Condo in Venice
1 block from Paradise, 3 blocks from Downtown
$140 per night
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Condo in Venice
Vintage Beach Hideaway at Golden Beach Venice
$125 per night
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Condo in Venice
Beachfront Venice Villas 1-bed Condo
$149 per night
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Condo in Siesta Key
Siesta Key Beach Community!
$120 per night
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Venice condo rentals

Condo in Venice
Venice Island condo, less than a mile to the beach
$125 per night
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Condo in Venice
Lovely large one+ in the heart of downtown Venice
$115 per night
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Condo in Sarasota
THE OASIS-close to Siesta Key and downtown
$90 per night
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Condo in Nokomis
Private Beachside Kitchenette
$215 per night
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Condo in Englewood
Tropical paradise by the gulf. 🌊🏝🍹
$125 per night
Condo in Englewood
Bayfront Condo within steps from the beach!
$145 per night
Condo in Sarasota
Poolside Oasis at The Inlet
$117 per night
Condo in Siesta Key
LUXURY BEACH CABANA ON SIESTA KEY!
$202 per night
Condo in Venice
Cozy Condo on Historic Venice Island
$65 per night
Condo in Downtown Sarasota
Bayou beauty in Central Park 2
$90 per night
Condo in Siesta Key
Siesta Key Beach Front Condo!
$250 per night
Condo in Englewood
First Floor Bayfront Condo - steps from the beach!
$135 per night

Your guide to Venice

All About Venice

Sitting between Sarasota to the north and Fort Myers to the south, the city of Venice occupies a peninsula on Florida’s Gulf Coast. A beach town by design, Venice is home to 14 miles of powder-soft sand — five large, distinct beaches and more than 50 parks. People come to this stretch of shoreline to spend the day soaking in the sun or to step back into the glamor of the 1920s, when the elegant tree-lined boulevards that traverse Historic Downtown Venice were first laid out.

Locals take four-legged friends down to Brohard Beach’s Paw Park to enjoy the fenced play space and 100-yard segment of dog-friendly beach, while secluded Caspersen Beach is an isolated stretch of shoreline that has been mostly left untouched. Minutes from downtown on foot, you can visit the Space Age beach pavilion on Venice Beach before grabbing a snorkel and checking out the reef that’s less than a quarter-mile offshore. A number of trails connect from the water’s edge to downtown, so it’s easy to refuel with some fresh local shrimp or grouper after a day at the beach.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Venice?

The temperature stays relatively consistent all year round, but there are distinct wet and dry seasons. The months of June through September have significantly more rainfall than any other time of the year, so if you’re looking to stay dry, the spring or winter might be a good time to visit. Winter attracts visitors from colder climes in search of some sunshine and a refreshing ocean swim. Daily events, including history tours, free yoga classes, outdoor concerts, and weekly farmers’ markets, are hosted all year round in the city. One of the most famous annual events takes place in April when fossil collectors come to meet other enthusiasts and trade and sell their own collections under the Florida sun.


What are the top things to do in Venice?

Hunting for prehistoric teeth

People come from all over the world to visit Venice Beach, nicknamed the “Shark Tooth Capital” because of the millions of sharks’ teeth that wash up onto the shore. If you wander along the water’s edge, scanning the sands, you’ll be able to find white and black teeth, as well as other marine fossils.

Historic Downtown Venice

Running from Centennial Park to the Venetian Waterway Park, the palm-lined streets of Historic Downtown Venice are an elegant backdrop for the city’s self-guided food tour. The district is included on the National Register of Historic Places, but the lobster rolls, Italian dishes, and tacos topped with fresh local fish that you’ll consume under the banyan trees are as fresh and contemporary as you’ll find in the Tampa Bay area.

A riverboat trip

Half an hour out of town at Myakka River State Park, riverboats head out onto the Myakka River for a glimpse of the untamed side of Venice. During the trip, you can find out about the wildlife of western Florida and observe alligators, turtles, and herons in their natural habitat (from a safe distance, of course).

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